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Apocalypse

Due to ongoing litigation between God and the Microsoft Corporation, namely in regards to exclusive rights over use of the word, and/or title, God, including any and all known and unknown variations, this year’s Geeks For God convention has been postponed until further notice.

    TAGS:  god, apocalypse, guest speaker


Please report your apocalyptic news here.

    TAGS:  apocalypse, news


Because the apocalypse unexpectedly turned out to be a sunny, happy event, it was mostly only the pessimists who complained.

    TAGS:  apocalypse, pessimists, pessimism


It had started out like any usual sunny, slightly cool day, when suddenly a few clouds rolled in and it got quite a bit colder.

    TAGS:  apocalypse, fizzler


There was no apocalypse, grandpa had just eaten far too many beans.

    TAGS:  apocalypse, beans, denial


The apocalypse may have been a bit of a fizzler, but Dorothy and Becky took much consolation from the delicious blueberry crumble pie.

    TAGS:  pie, Becky the Harlequin, harlequin, apocalypse, blueberries, fizzle, Dorothy


... “oooh, it does look good, maybe I’ll try a little piece for myself,” thought the doomed apocalypse.

    TAGS:  doom, pie, apocalypse


Apocalypse turned to the devil and grumbled “what next, chocolate sauce!?”

    TAGS:  apocalypse, devil, ice cream


Doom :: 'mouse

Janice lay dooming, flat on her back under the doom of the dark sky, smelling acrid doom on the still air and listening to the bone-rattling “Doom, Doom, Doom” sound that rose from the very bowels of the earth.

    TAGS:  doom, acrid, apocalypse


Thank you for calling, please listen carefully as our menu options have changed…

    TAGS:  apocalypse, omens


Ford Furman, alarmed that the pending apocalypse was actually in his pants, hastened to unbutton them before the first missiles breached his no-fly zone.

    TAGS:  apocalypse, ford furman, private doomsday


I just got back from Target with my new coffee maker and a copy of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies…I am going to make a pot and prepare myself for the coming end of humanity.

    TAGS:  apocalypse, zombies, coffee makers, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies


Fr. Romanchowskie (discoverer of the remains of John the Baptist) prophasized to his small congregation that the end will not come from on high, but from within in the form of a virus that will turn the infected into flesh eating, brain slurping zombies (even now the infected walk among us unaware, even to themselves, of the deadly apoclypse they are soon to unleash upon humanity).

    TAGS:  apocalypse, zombies, John the Baptist, Fr. Romanchowskie, Virus, Zombie Apocalypse, prophesies


 

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